Follow on from Doyle Club GDPR Seminar.
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND following feedback, we are holding a 2nd, more detailed GDPR seminar.
In other words, according to the feedback we received, people want to attend a further session on GDPR which goes into more depth. Due to time constraints the seminar at the Doyle Club on the 1st of February was just an introduction to a very broad topic. This time we have booked a 2 hour session for Wednesday 21st of March at the Bottlescrue from 6 pm. The session is designed as a practical workshop which will give you the tool set to begin getting your businesses compliant for the 25th of May when the regulations come into force.
To book your place at the workshop follow or paste the link to Eventbrite:
The session will cover.
Richard Mullett: The Legal Partners:
• Legislative changes
• What is personal data
• How to identify personal data.
• How to use your data map
• Recording your data processing activities
• What to do next to get to compliance by 25 May
• Tactics of dealing with subject access requests.
Jason Cobine: Registered Insurance Broker:
• Investigating a breach and notifying the regulator on time
• Defending allegations that client or other data or financial losses were your fault
• Loss of income or penalties following a breach or Cloud provider failure
• Telling people affected by a data breach and managing their questions
• Coping with an interruption to business caused by accidents or criminal activity
• Defending actions by people that “club together” to allege their privacy was breached
• Protecting the business if employees go rogue with data, secrets or digital assets
• Getting back up and running ASAP after a breach (if you have a backup)
• Legal Defence costs for Directors accused of breaching data regs or making GDPR mistakes
Malcolm Ford: IT Enterprise Business Solutions:
• Group session on producing a data map. (What data do we have and where the hell is it)
• Privacy Impact Assessment: If (when) there is a breach, what are the consequences and what do we do?
There will be a nominal fee of £10 which will put towards the venue. Materials will be provided.
For further information on GDPR and the £1,500 offer available to Doyle Club members – a £350 saving – follow or paste the link to the IT-EBS website: